In December, Lee called the movie “disrespectful to my ancestors” and tweeted that he was “honoring” the memory of those who came before him by boycotting the film.
Since then, a number of celebrities have knocked Lee’s opinion. Comedian Donnell Rawlings called the famed director irrelevant and activist Dick Gregory went so far as to describe Lee as a “thug” and a punk.”
Meanwhile, Tarantino picked up a Golden Globe award for Best Screenplay at Sunday’s ceremony, where he went on to say the N-word himself backstage.
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